preferrable


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preferrable

(ˈprɛfərəbəl)
adj
a variant spelling of preferable
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But they were surely preferrable to the complexities of match-making today, which seems to be increasingly conducted online.
While only some of us are, the choice was one of the most preferrable.
21 D, B-MICS is preferrable due to its faster postoperative visual rehabilitation.
Typically, it is more preferrable or an institution to have the new or projected first-year class reported in a clear, obvious way by not mixing in students still categorized as freshmen who started a year earlier.
4-litre petrol units, but preferrable is the more mdern 1.
150) Therefore, a broader definition of juvenileness is preferrable to the narrow holdings in these cases.
However, this is an extreme case and, evidence of system functioning in peace time is preferrable.
n], the finite field method seems preferrable, as it gives more straightforward proofs than the graph enumeration method.
The granular form is preferrable since it is more adaptable to continuous contraction and there is no need to separate the carbon from the bulk fluid.
The vendor has told three private equity bidders that it aimed to sell a bigger stake for a higher price and that a strategic sector player would be a more preferrable candidate than buyout firms, the sources stated.
To meet the prerequisite, you'll have to implement an Environmentally Preferrable Purchasing policy in your organization using USGBC's policy model, provided free in its official guide to EBOM.
However, as L increases, the gap of per-hop success probability between these two hopping strategies will fall proportionally, thus the furthest neighbor hopping strategy will be preferrable.